Very unrealistic. I am not into ghosts and that was all this book had to offer.
I love all her books and usually can't wait to download them but this one I could have passed on.
No, it is not pronounced "Don Quicks-Oat." Go to jail.
I can't honestly say whether the story was awful, or simply rendered almost unlistenable by the choice of a narrator who sounds almost like a little girl. It's frankly a little creepy to hear a sex scene read by someone so young, I'd want to see some ID before letting her see some of those words in print.
If you can tune-out the age issue, there remains a serious flaw in the narrator's interpretation of the key male character. He's described as having a sexy, smooth-as-honey Southern drawl. Unfortunately, the voice Lee gives him is a lot more backwoods than Rhett Butler.
Too bad. The story delivers an intriguing premise, with the psychic-medium heroine torn between a nice live guy and a life signs-challenged bad boy. I'm a little curious to know how it will play out in the series, but not enough to listen to more of this miscast production. If I can't resist the sequel, I'll be reading it in paperback.
It is ok Not sure I believe that this woman would be in love with a Ghost and think twice about a flesh and blood good guy. Just hard to believe
No not really. A ghost as a pretector maybe. Not sure I want a ghost as a lover. Especially not one that had been on death row.
She was fine.
If you value your credits, and love a good thriller, don't waste them on this. In this book, a "trained psychologist" who also sees spirits begins to flirt and become sexually aroused by a vicious dead serial killer's ghost.
This has nothing to do with real psychic phenomena. The "visions" of the dead serial killer aren't eerie or remotely believable, but just idiotic. He keeps getting sexier to her, with added "glistening muscle", and even a new suntan! He uses lame come-ons such as "you're so hot, baby", and she finally gets annoyed because he comes on to her in the shower. Although aroused by him, she feels guilty when she chases him away with incense, and it ticks him off. The reader sounds like she can't believe she is reading this junk either. I just want my credit back.
This is the worse book I have ever listened to. I have listened to and read other books by this author and enjoyed them, I JUST DON"T GET THIS AT ALL I'm more than 1/2 way through and keep asking myself WHY?Listen to something you enjoy . I have bought other books that I have not enjoyed this is the first one that I have written a review on
I can not find fault with the narrator she could only read what wwas written baaaad
Tell us about yourself!
I ENJOYED THIS LISTEN ,,I ENJOY KAREN ROBARDS BOOKS AND THIS ONE IS
RIGHT UP THERE!!
WOW... I do not know.. this story kind of through me off..
NO .. I love Karen Robards.. she one of my favorites..and always will be...i hope there will be a second part to this story...
narrator was great.. it was just the point of the story..
maybe less killings..
Karen Robards still great and hope there will be a second part to this story book..
I think this was Karen's last one for me it was that bad. There are no words to describe haw bad this one sucked!
The narration was good but that was it.
The characters were well developed, as usual.
This one is somewhat different than her usual stories. I don't want to give anything away but the ending didn't finalize the story for me ... series?
I wasn't as 'invovled' in this book as I have been in previous ones.
Disappointed. I have read other Karen Robard's novels and loved them BUT, really a love affair with a ghost. The story had potential and even using the ghost as a guardian angel would have been easier to tolerate.
She was OK
considering I fast forwarded through the bazaar love scene...?